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Career Support

Start your job hunt or make that all-important decision to change jobs with confidence. We have curated a range of resources that are chock-filled with step-by-step guides and expert tips on how you can put your very best foot forward.
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MyCareersFuture Career Advice Page (Workforce Singapore)

An initiative by Workforce Singapore, MyCareersFuture provides job seekers with everything they need to know about the job hunting processes. The portal also provides content on the nature of different industries in Singapore and shares tips and tricks from experts from Singapore and abroad. Browse articles and gain insights from seasoned career advisors, seek career coaching and visit virtual career fairs.

GradGoWhere (National Youth Council and Ministry of Education)

A partnership between the National Youth Council and the Ministry of Education, GradGoWhere is an online platform that supports fresh graduates as they embark on their career paths. Besides bite-sized career tips and resources, you will get information on the latest career programmes and opportunities to connect with industry insiders.

On My Way (National Youth Council)

This is an online platform supported by the National Youth Council, for youth to explore possibilities in their education and career pathways. Youths can get a glimpse into the different jobs and industries on this platform by attending talks and programmes, watching uploaded videos, and browsing relevant information.

SG Enable – Enabling Academy

SG Enable, the focal agency for the disability sector in Singapore, has launched Enabling Academy - a new disability learning hub that rallies partners from the education, business and disability sectors to provide responsive and quality learning opportunities for persons with disabilities, and to enable their network of support through training.

DesignSingapore Council – Webinars

DesignSingapore Council is the national agency for design, enabling Singapore to use design for economic growth and to make lives better.

University of the Arts London (UAL) Portfolio Advice

The portfolio advice videos available here will answer all your questions so that you have the best tools to show us your skills, personality and potential.
University of the Arts London (UAL) is Europe’s largest specialist art and design university.

Job Search Platforms

Try your hand at looking for a job with all these job search platforms. From government jobs and opportunities with large multinational companies, to specialised freelance openings or even remote work for international companies from the comfort of home, there is a platform for every type of job.
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MyCareersFuture is a one-stop portal that aims to provide Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents with a fast and smart job search service to match them with relevant jobs, based on their skills and competencies.

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The Public Service is looking for people who are passionate about shaping Singapore’s future. Take your first step towards a career that matters!


Find open jobs, internships, and connect with people from the world’s largest professional network with more than 700 million users in more than 200 countries and territories worldwide.

ArtsEquator Lobang

ArtsEquator Lobang is a site that makes available a list of open calls, job postings and other opportunities for creatives from Singapore and Southeast Asia.


Discover your next career move, freelance gig, creative job or internship on Behance.


CULTJOBS is a job board dedicated to creative jobs and companies in Singapore.


Gradsingapore works in partnership with universities, polytechnics, and student associations across Singapore to impact more than 139,000 local students and graduates every year.

Freelancing and Self-Employment Support

Are you interested to work as a freelancer or self-employed person (SEP)? Here are some useful resources that can support you in your journey such as funding, opportunities, legal advice and more.
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Arts Resource Hub (ARH)

Arts Resource Hub (ARH) was set up by the National Arts Council in August 2019 to provide arts freelancers in Singapore with the necessary resources to sustainably continue their practice, unlock new opportunities and grow meaningful careers. ARH provides resources such as local and international residencies, open calls and opportunities.

Self-Employed Person Grant

The Self-Employed Person Grant (SEPG) is a time-limited scheme that provides support to arts SEPs affected by COVID-19.

The Freelancers and Self-Employed Unit

The Freelancers and Self-Employed Unit (U FSE) is the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC)'s initiative to represent the growing pool of freelancers and self-employed persons in Singapore. U FSE was launched in 2015 and works to strengthen the income security, skills mastery and collective interests of this group of working people.

Visual, Audio, Creative Content Professionals Association (Singapore) (VICPA)

Formed in July 2021, the Visual, Audio, Creative Content Professionals Association (Singapore) (VICPA) champions the interests of Singapore’s growing pool of freelance creative professionals.

The Freelancers Academy

Established by freelancers, The Freelancers Academy is a safe community that shares bite-size content and resources for freelancers to level up in professional development, locally or regionally.

Funding & Mentorship

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NAFA Talent Accelerator Programmes

The Talent Accelerator Programmes aim to nurture and groom exceptional talents among NAFA students, staff and alumni through mentorship and studio residencies.

National Arts Council Funding and Schemes

The National Arts Council (NAC) provides a sustainable funding infrastructure through grants and arts housing support for the arts community in Singapore.

Sustain the Arts (stART) Fund

Sustain the Arts (stART) Fund is a joint initiative by the National Arts Council and the private sector to boost the long-term sustainability of smaller arts organisations and to nurture a culture of giving to the arts.